Mariners insider Danny Ferguson brings us the Weekly Seattle Mariners notebook. The Mariners won more than they lost this week! Something fans should relish while it lasts. Manager Eric Wedge may be moving Ichiro Suzuki in the lineup once again, Justin Smoak’s bat finally showed up in New York, and the M’s took a trip to some local schools to educate students on the importance of drug prevention in their futures.
Mariners insider Danny Ferguson brings us his 2012 Seattle Mariners outfield predictions. Will Carlos Peguero, Michael Saunders, Casper Wells, or Trayvon Robinson make the squad that they were part of last season or will newcomers Johermyn Chavez, Chih-Hsien Chiang, Vinnie Catricala, and Darren Ford send them back to Tacoma?
Seattle Mariners blogger Insider Steve is going on a rant. He’s back to tell us he understands what the Mariners are trying to do. When your franchise bottoms out, it takes time in the rebuilding process. He’s calling out Ownership. Jack Zduriencik is the only one that seems to have a direction, that’s asinine he says. Ownership is supposed to be the one leading by example. They’re not.
Danny Ferguson our Seattle Mariners blogger tells us as rough of a year as it was, here are the five top moments of the 2011 Seattle Mariners. Chone Figgins, Luis Rodriguez, Michael Pineda, Milton Bradley, and the Dave Neihaus statue at Safeco Field all make the list. Here’s to the 2011 Seattle Mariners memories. Our Year In Review. Cheers.
Seattle Mariners blogger Danny Ferguson weighs in with his December 16th 2011 State of the Mariners notebook. Who wants to come play with Seattle when they could be making big bucks on the east coast? Felix Hernandez, Miguel Olivo, Franklin Gutierez and Brendan Ryan are all set to take significant raises in 2011, can the M’s and Jack Zduriencik afford Prince Fielder?
This off-season could be a turning point in Seattle Mariners history. The moves Jack Zduriencik makes can either sink us, or makes into a winner says Insider Steve. Part 3 of the Mariners off-season hot stove covers the next first baseman. Steve asks should the Mariners be bold and bring in the slugging All-Star Prince Fielder?
Teams over the years in the Northwest corner, on either side of the line have dished out their share of overpaid contracts. The Vancouver Grizzlies, Seattle Supersonics, Seattle Seahawks, Portland Trailblazers, Vancouver Canucks are all guilty. Bryant Reeves, Mark Messier, Carlos Silva, Shaun Alexander, Theo Ratliff, Jim McIlvaine have all gotten paid haven’t they?